We are delighted to announce that Caring Homes colleague, Sian Jones, Senior Carer at Denham Manor care home in Buckinghamshire, won the ‘Carer’ category at the prestigious National Care Awards, which returned for their 23rd year and culminated in a black-tie Awards Presentation Dinner on Friday 19th November 2021 at the outstanding Hilton London Metropole.
Sian was presented with the ‘Carer of the Year Award’ on Friday night with judges stating that “Sian showed that she has developed a strong bond with her residents, forming relationships that has really made a difference to them”. They added that they could really feel her enthusiasm for her role.
On receiving her award, Sian said “I am so excited and proud to have won such a prestigious award and bringing it back to Denham and the amazing team I work with there is the icing on the cake. Denham Manor is a wonderful home, I love working with the residents and feel really humbled to have received this acknowledgement”.
Sian not only provides an extremely high standard of care, but has built wonderful relationships with the residents which has improved not only their physical wellbeing, but their mental wellbeing too.
In nominating Sian, her colleagues at Denham Manor said, “It is with great pleasure we gave our support to Sian. She is a great carer and it is amazing to see her hard work recognised with this award. She takes great pride in everything she does around the home and goes above and beyond for our residents. We are thrilled for her”.
Home Manager (and Sian’s mum), Jane Jones added “I couldn’t be prouder…not only as Sian’s mum, but as Home Manger at Denham Manor. It is great recognition for all her hard work and the wonderful job she does at the home”.
The National Care Awards is the longest established Annual Awards and is organised by social care’s leading publication, Caring Times. The Awards were devised to celebrate the very best people in the long-term care sector, highlighting excellence and rewarding those who work tirelessly to provide consistently outstanding care.